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Fbi, Friends, and Post Office: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t cover of my New Yorker magazine stating: he "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail," First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly of you Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier. I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem. Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and neighbors I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity. C. Fay Apartment #39 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course, pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law, thought that would be over reacting. This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)
Fbi, Friends, and Post Office: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t
 cover of my New Yorker magazine stating:
 he
 "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop
 fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail,"
 First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly
 of you
 Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail
 in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or
 apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox
 specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your
 name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier.
 I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem.
 Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the
 carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from
 occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and
 neighbors
 I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish
 note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen
 again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead
 of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just
 leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another
 Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity.
 C. Fay
 Apartment #39
 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as
 you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that
 tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this
 information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course,
 pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity
 anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door
 for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law,
 thought that would be over reacting.
This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)

This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan. (i.redd.it)

Fbi, Friends, and Post Office: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t cover of my New Yorker magazine stating: he "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail," First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly of you Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier. I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem. Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and neighbors I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity. C. Fay Apartment #39 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course, pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law, thought that would be over reacting. This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.
Fbi, Friends, and Post Office: To the thoughtful, but aggrieved, neighbor who left a note under my door written on t
 cover of my New Yorker magazine stating:
 he
 "You either leave a note to the mailman telling him to stop
 fitting your mail in my mailbox or I will keep your mail,"
 First of all, Thank you very much for placing my mail under my door. That was truly neighborly
 of you
 Per your kind suggestion, I have left a note to the mail carrier asking them to please put my mail
 in my mailbox. I hope this instruction will suffice, but as you did not include your name or
 apartment number, I was unable to ask the carrier to avoid putting my mail in your mailbox
 specifically. If you would like me to to include this information in my note, kindly write your
 name and apartment number on this paper and I will gladly pass it along to our carrier.
 I have also called the post office alerting them to this problem.
 Further, Elaina, our super, with whom I have shared your note, has offered to speak with the
 carrier personally. I have taken every measure I can think of to prevent this egregious act from
 occurring again, including sharing your concern (and your note) with other friends and
 neighbors
 I am truly sorry for the grievous inconvenience this has caused you. (And, on a more selfish
 note, I would also like my own mail put in my own mailbox.). If the unthinkable should happen
 again, and the mail carrier should inadvertently put my mail in your mailbox, perhaps, instead
 of troubling yourself with the onerous task of delivering it directly to my door, you could just
 leave it on the ledge above the mailboxes as the rest of our neighbors do for one another
 Thank you again for neighborly thoughtfulness. It does, indeed, inspire reciprocity.
 C. Fay
 Apartment #39
 P.S.: If this unfortunate event should re-occur, and you do feel compelled to keep my mail as
 you intimate in your note, I understand from my brother-in-law (who is in the FBI) that
 tampering knowingly with another's mail might constitute a federal offense. (I share this
 information with you in the same neighborly spirit implicit in your own missive.) Of course,
 pressing such a charge could prove problematic, as you have diffidently kept your identity
 anonymous. Therefore, my brother-in-law has offered to dust the mail you left under my door
 for fingerprints should it become necessary. I do hope it won't. I told my brother-in-law,
 thought that would be over reacting.
This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.

This neighbor dispute has a clear winner. And I am now C. Fay from apt 39’s biggest fan.

Bad, Crazy, and Doug: Area Man Watches Always Sunny' in the Worst Possible Way by Julia Ryan It was revealed early last week through a conversation with a casual acquaintance that area man Doug Sherman watches It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but in the worst way possible. Casual acquaintance and generally good person Debbie Barbo commented, "When I met Doug, he seemed like an okay guy. But as soon as he started talking about It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia, a red light immediately went off in my head. My first thought was, "Uh-oh, is this guy actually the worst?' and the answer really depends on why he likes the show." She then explained her reasoning, saying, "Listen, I love Always Sunny as much as the next guy, I have the Pepe Silvia speech completely memorized and I will recite it, even when my friends and family beg me to stop. But like... If he even mentions 'The D.E.N.N.I.S. System, it's all over." According to sources close to Doug, he frequently talks about how "[the writers] aren't afraid to do anything, dude. They'll do anything, it's crazy. It's like, they'll just show them doing terrible shit, like they'll kill a hooker and it's totally whatever because they're just rally bad people. It's sick!!" Those close to Doug noted that, while they need to skip the really terrible episodes of Always Sunny, Doug doesn't need to. In fact, Doug almost exclusively watches 'Mac is a Serial Killer,' and Mac Fights Gay Marriage' the most cringe inducing episodes of the series. "Dude, it's funny because, hes like so gay. No, dude that's not what I meant, I'm just saying like... Whatever. No, its like, he keeps harassing that girl because she used to be a dude and it's funny because he's like gay. It's hilarious!" Additionally, Doug's only criticism of the show is that he doesn't like Dee because he thinks shes "naggy." Doug's mother commented, "I love Always Sunny and I love my son. I've been a fan for 12 years and 22 years respectively. But if I have to listen to my son talk about how Always Sunny fights back against PC culture, I'm gonna kill him and then myseli in end us both, I swear to god." aur5: my colleges satire newspaper had an article about iasip and its so… Apt
Bad, Crazy, and Doug: Area Man Watches
 Always Sunny' in the
 Worst Possible Way
 by Julia Ryan
 It was revealed early last week through a conversation with
 a casual acquaintance that area man Doug Sherman watches It's
 Always Sunny in Philadelphia, but in the worst way possible.
 Casual acquaintance and generally good person Debbie
 Barbo commented, "When I met Doug, he seemed like an okay
 guy. But as soon as he started talking about It's Always Sunny in
 Philadelphia, a red light immediately went off in my head. My
 first thought was, "Uh-oh, is this guy actually the worst?' and
 the answer really depends on why he likes the show." She then
 explained her reasoning, saying, "Listen, I love Always Sunny as
 much as the next guy, I have the Pepe Silvia speech completely
 memorized and I will recite it, even when my friends and family
 beg me to stop. But like... If he even mentions 'The D.E.N.N.I.S.
 System, it's all over."
 According to sources close to Doug, he frequently talks about
 how "[the writers] aren't afraid to do anything, dude. They'll do
 anything, it's crazy. It's like, they'll just show them doing terrible
 shit, like they'll kill a hooker and it's totally whatever because
 they're just rally bad people. It's sick!!"
 Those close to Doug noted that, while they need to skip the
 really terrible episodes of Always Sunny, Doug doesn't need to. In
 fact, Doug almost exclusively watches 'Mac is a Serial Killer,' and
 Mac Fights Gay Marriage' the most cringe inducing episodes of
 the series. "Dude, it's funny because, hes like so gay. No, dude
 that's not what I meant, I'm just saying like... Whatever. No, its
 like, he keeps harassing that girl because she used to be a dude
 and it's funny because he's like gay. It's hilarious!"
 Additionally, Doug's only criticism of the show is that he
 doesn't like Dee because he thinks shes "naggy."
 Doug's mother commented, "I love Always Sunny and I love
 my son. I've been a fan for 12 years and 22 years respectively. But
 if I have to listen to my son talk about how Always Sunny fights
 back against PC culture, I'm gonna kill him and then myseli in
 end us both, I swear to god."
aur5:
my colleges satire newspaper had an article about iasip and its so… Apt

aur5: my colleges satire newspaper had an article about iasip and its so… Apt